Crinkle cookies are everything you could want in a holiday cookie – They’re deliciously fudgey and chocolatey on the inside, a little sweet and crispy on the outside, as well as festive and pretty!
This simple recipe for Maltesers fudge is delicious and tasty. It makes the perfect homemade gift and is a great, easy way of getting kids busy in the kitchen.
A really easy recipe for melted snowman biscuits – a great, fun and simple baking idea kids will love this Christmas time.
Halloween is a great excuse to get kids baking. We love turning easy baking recipes into something a bit spooky and fun, like these monster biscuits.
These fun skeleton biscuits are the perfect Halloween treat. Kids will enjoy making the dough, rolling and cutting out the shapes and decorating the skeletons.
These spooky spider web biscuits are a fun Halloween treat kids will love making. Simply use an easy biscuit recipe and add some cobweb icing on top.
Banana and chocolate chip slices are a delicious way of using up leftover bananas and a great way of getting little hands messy in the kitchen.
These delicious custard and white chocolate biscuits are a great bake for little kids. There’s no need for rolling pins or cutters, simply get your hands messy and roll them out by hand.
Berry crumble bars are a delicious way of getting kids in the kitchen baking and using up summer fruit. The tartness of blueberries, raspberries and blackberries cuts through the sweetness of the crumble perfectly.
Vegetable fritters a great finger food for babies and toddlers who are weaning and easy enough for young chefs to help make. They are also a great way of introducing different vegetables to kids, especially if you combine them with something they already know and love.